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Enable NTP Client on Solaris 11

Submitted by on October 7, 2014 – 8:27 pm One Comment

Just some quick instructions for configuring and enabling NTP client on Solaris 11.

Backup the existing ntp.conf file, if it exists:

Create a new ntp.conf:

Run time update once manually to verify connectivity:

Enable ntp client service and verify it is working:

See what NTP client is doing:

 

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